Win a Stadler Form heater

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Stadler Form's <em>Max</em> heater in berry.

Stadler Form’s Max heater in berry. Image: Supplied

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The <em>Max</em> fan heater in white.

The Max fan heater in white. Image: Supplied

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During these cold winter months, you need a dependable, effective heater. Add in a splash of colour and visual appeal, and you’ve got the ultimate product for your home. 

We are giving you a chance to win one of two Max fan heaters by Stadler Form of Switzerland. 

Developed to be quiet, intuitive and user-friendly, Stadler Form’s Max heater has temperature control, a thermostat and up to 2000W of power. They also look great, with a striking design suitable for a variety of living spaces, and two colours available: berry and white. 

To be in the draw to win, simply send your contact details to urbiscomps@agm.co.nz, with ‘Stadler Form heater competition’ in the subject line and the colour heater you would like within the email. 

Entries close on 9 July 2015.

See terms and conditions.

Competition closed. Winners - Jane Brenan and Debbe Parkes.


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